I have added a new FREE Printable Pizza Game at my Teachers Notebook Shop:
Please visit and see the other fun printable activities available there.
I drew a pizza slice on manila paper. The kids cut it out. I pre-cut the red "sauce" so it would let some crust show. They topped it with pieces of yellow paper for cheese and red paper circles for pepperoni. I was the only one who wanted something other than cheese and pepperoni....
Make a class book about favorite types of pizza:
I found this pizza song at Kinderpond (link below) and made it into a printable:
I found this cute pepperoni pizza math activity at: hummingbirded.comPizza Shop
Down around the corner in the pizza shop
There were lots of pieces of pizza with pepperoni on top
Along came (child's name) all alone
He (or She) bought one that had (# of pepperonis) pepperoni
And took it home
Note: Do this with a pizza drawing (or feltboard) removing a piece of
pizza with the specified number of pepperonis with each verse.
I created this printable to use with the activity. I printed them on cardstock, laminated them, trimmed them to the shape of the pizza slices, added adhesive magnets, and use them on a pizza pan. FUN!
Big Math Journal: Pizza Half and Whole
Make a Pizza online:
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